The Well is a community of women committed to transforming lives through long-term relationships, practical programs, and the healing power of love.

Through focused life-development and mentoring programs, women who have experienced trauma, trafficking, generational poverty, addiction, crime and abuse find a way to discover their identity, purpose and value. Through long-term relationships and unconditional love, lives are radically transformed.

We believe in…


Women learn their value in their family, and in their community.

Community members participate in life-development programs.


Giving the opportunity for growth, renewal and friendships.

Multiple workforce development and job opportunities for COR Life Mentees.


Women work through a life development plan to improve their circumstances.

Women are encouraged to develop job skills and become leaders in their community.


COR Life Mentorship

The Well’s unique 10-month mentorship program where women learn purpose and life development skills. Each week women attend various core classes, complete 2 hours of volunteer time, and meet with a mentor.


Workforce development

Graduate Mentees can apply for opportunities to learn valuable workplace skills such as office management, leadership, manufacturing, and sales.

Hope Chest

The Hope Chest is a community closet filled with clothes and necessities for men, women and children. Every Thursday members of the community can make an appointment to receive up to 15 items of clothing per family member. They are eligible to receive clothing every 3 months (mentees every month).


Women of Hope

The Well meets for a life group every Thursday morning. Life group includes Bible study, prayer, building relationships, sharing struggles and receiving encouragement.

Inspiring families

Inspiring Families is an 8-week program for families to learn about communication, parenting, finances and improving family dynamics.


Classes & Events

Free community classes and events ranging from the arts to housing and financial management